Desperately Seeking Sustainable Style

I had to share this post on sustainable style by http://www.hautemind.com There are so many of us, searching for sustainable fashion & beautiful pieces. We should support each other! Enjoy this post 🙂

Haute-Mind

 “Looking back in History, we see that the origins of fashion portray the character of a world built by manual techniques and natural fibers. Design was carried out as a reflection of culture and society. These are the images of an extinct world we need to recover.”  

 Adriana Marina, Founder of Animana

Tribal Necklace copy.jpg Necklace by Gilded-Mane

Anyone with a vested interest in fashion, knows that the industry is in the midst of an existential crisis. Like the mythical dog “Cerberus,” the modern day hybrid that is currently terrorizing the fashion flock has three heads – social media, economic uncertainty, and climate change. While each cultural phenomenon has generated problems that might be considered manageable in isolation, together they create a formidable beast. Social media, which provides a real-time digital window into the inner sanctum of high-fashion, often creates unrealistic expectations. Just because a…

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. shortfews says:

    Hi! Really interesting post! I have started a blog where I put together outfit ideas from different ethical and sustainable designers, mainly UK and European-based. If you’re looking for ideas, I hope you might find it helpful: shortfews.com

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    1. mliae says:

      I’m so glad people are starting to recognize the fashionability of sustainable clothing items!

      Liked by 1 person

  2. hoiyinli says:

    Thank you for sharing this wonderful post! I read it last night before I went to sleep, and it really rang true to me. Although I’m not fully eco, I’m really interested in learning more about sustainability.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. mliae says:

      That’s Fantastic to hear!

      Like

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